Check out these Harry Potter D&D Character Sheets


At last: you can roleplay as Harry Potter characters with these specially tailored character sheets.

Website Geek & Sundry has come up with a nerdy delight: D&D character sheets for several characters from the Harry Potter series. Let’s sample one, shall we?

Writer Ailea Merriam-Pigg, who doubtlessly knows more about this subject than I do, justifies things like Harry’s high constitution score by pointing out that Harry’s usual battle strategy is to hang on until he wins or gets away (see: fighting the Basilisk with the aid of Fawkes and the Sorting Hat, battling Voldemort with the help of the Dark Lord’s murder victims in Goblet of Fire, running around the Department of Mysteries until the Order of the Phoenix shows up). Also, nice going by giving him an “urchin” background. Let’s look at another.

The crafty Draco has high intelligence, but his propensity for losing battles quickly, from getting turned into a ferret by Moody to getting sliced open by Harry’s Sectumsempra spell, means he has low constitution and therefore low HP. Also, despite his bullying behavior, Merriam-Pigg argues that Draco was never truly evil, but just acting to fulfill his own interests and the interests of his family.

There are several other character sheets over at Geek & Sundry, including ones for Ron, Hermione, and Albus Dumbledore. Go sample them, and maybe use for one wildly nerdy night.

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Also, doesn’t Ailea Merriam-Pigg sound like a name taken right out of Harry Potter? She’s perfect for this article. Sheets for Snape and Luna Lovegood next?